Demand for healthcare continues to climb while resources – including skilled healthcare workers – are in increasingly short supply. Achieving operational excellence in healthcare offers a solution. Achieving operational excellence requires taking advantage of technological innovations such as automation and artificial intelligence to reduce the workload of healthcare professionals and allow them to focus on what matters most, combined with ongoing efforts to grow their skills and capacities. It also demands the adoption of remote technologies to make expertise available more widely available and to provide care at greater scale. Promoting quality and performance improvement in healthcare and continuously applying clinical workflow optimization advances operational efficiency in healthcare.
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Empower caregivers to focus on what matters most
Automate everyday tasks and augment care teams with decision support enabling you to free up your caregivers’ time while reducing the workforce burden.
Embrace and utilize new models of work
Create more flexible and attractive workplaces that encourage elevating your workforce, sharing skills and adapting capacity enabling you to deploy resources and expertise when and where needed.
Ensure technological and operational sustainability
Embrace quality, streamline operations, and proactively manage medical technology enabling you to maximize system-wide performance while reducing resource consumption.
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"In today’s jobs market, we want to be competitive in attracting the best people, and we want them to stay long term. We know that a state-of-the-art working environment, including efficient operations, is key to recruiting and retaining the highly sought-after professionals we need."
Dr. Rahel Kubik
Head of Radiology, Director of Medical Services, Castonal Hospital Baden
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